2012 NHL Entry Draft Talk 13.0
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05-11-2012, 01:58 PM
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Yakupov is alot stronger than Teravainen and I don't see Teravainen closing that gap much.
For the record........heavier counts as bigger.
You can't draft a player expecting them to grow an inch or two. You can, however, draft a player and expect them to gain weight and muscle mass. So while it's simply semantics to say heavier is bigger, just because one is heavier than the other today doesn't mean anything.
You're also discounting the fact Teravainen is almost a full year younger than Yakupov. A full year is a huge difference for teens.
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